NOTES

1.  

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2.  

G.W. Torrance, et. al., Multi-Attribute Preference Functions for a Comprehensive Health Status Classification System. Working Paper No. 92-18. (Hamilton, Ontario: McMaster University, Center for health Economics and Policy Analysis, 1992).

3.  

R.M. Kaplan and J.P. Anderson, “A General Health Policy Model: Update and Applications,” Health Services Research. June 23 (1988) 203–235.

4.  

D.M. Brock. “Quality of Life Measures in Health Care and Medical Ethics.” in The Quality of Life. eds. A. Sen and M. Nussbaum (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992).

5.  

M. Bergner, R.A. Bobbitt, W.B. Carter, and B.S. Gibson. “The Sickness Impact Profile: Development and Final Revision of a Health Status Measure.” Medical Care 19 (1981) 787–805.

6.  

J.E. Ware and D.C. Sherbourne. “The MOS 36-Item Short Form Health Survey.” Medical Care 30 (1992) 473–483.

7.  

D.M. Brock. “Justice and the ADA: Does Prioritizing and Rationing Health Care Discriminate Against the Disabled?” Social Theory and Policy 12 (1995) 159–184.

8.  

Brock, ibid.; D.C. Hadorn, “The Problem of Discrimination in Health Care Priority Setting,” Journal of the American Medical Association 368 (1992) 1454–1459; D. Orentlicher, “Deconstructing Disability: Rationing of Health Care and Unfair Discrimination Against the Sick,” Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 31 (1996) 49–87.

9.  

F.M. Kamm, Morality/Mortality. Volume One. Death and Whom to Save from It (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993).

10.  

E. Nord, “The Person Trade-Off Approach to Valuing Health Care Programs,” Working Paper 38, National Centre for Health Program Evaluation (Fairfield Hospital, Fairfield Victoria, Australia) 7.

11.  

World Bank, World Development Report 1993: Investing in Health (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993).

12.  

C.J.L. Murray, “Qualifying the Burden of Disease: The Technical Basis for Disability-Adjusted Life Years,” in Global comparative Assessments in the Health Sector: Disease Burden, Expenditures and Intervention Packages, eds. C.J.L. Murray and A.D. Lopez (Geneva: World Health Organization, 1994).

13.  

N. Daniels, Am I My Parents Keeper? An Essay on Justice Between the Young and the Old (New York): Oxford University Press, 1988).

14.  

Daniels, op.cit: D.W. Brock, “Justice, Health Care, and the Elderly,” Philosophy and Public Affairs 18, 3 (1989) 297–312.

15.  

C.J.L. Murray op. cit., 7.

16.  

M.R. Golde, et. al. Cost-Effectiveness in Health and Medicine (New York: Oxford University Press, 1996), chap. 7.

17.  

E.B. Keeler and S. Cretin, “Discounting of Life-Saving and Other Nonmonetary Effects,” Management Science 29 (1983) 300–306.

18.  

Kamm, op.cit., chap. 8.



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